Dr. John Paciorek D.C., CFMP
You will often hear me say “chiropractic is in my soul,” I was born to be a chiropractor. My grandfather was a chiropractor and I loved seeing all the “chiropractic miracles.”
I graduated from Greenon High School and went straight to Wright State University where I received a bachelors of science in Biology with a minor in physiological psychology. Next I went to New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) and received my Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.). My intern and residence program was performed at the Buffalo Veterans Affairs Medical Center - it was at this VAMC that the integration of chiropractic in all military facilities began.
In 2005 I joined a chiropractic practice in Springfield, Ohio. In 2007 my wife and I purchased the practice and this is where we continue to help create health and change lives. I continue to pursue higher education and became a certified functional medical practitioner (C.F.M.P.) in 2019.
I am the type of chiropractor who desires to know all I can of physiology, pathology, neurology, nutrition, and anatomy.